Young Leaders

Everyone has something they are struggling with, and that should not bring you down at all. As a matter of fact, it should give you the opportunity to be better and to learn more of yourself, especially how you can help yourself and then extend that assistance to others.

Like I mentioned in the Genius in every Child, everyone has a gift, your uniqueness comes with what others call ‘deformity’, ignore them and be true to yourself. Just imagine, if everyone had the same characteristics, how boring the world would be!

Avoid negativity and negative people. You owe no one an apology for loving yourself. Learn to cut off those ideas that make you feel low, surround you with love and more love and you will definitely see the good in everyone no matter what part of the world they come from. Feed yourself with positive thoughts, feed your body with healthy food, challenge yourself every day and put a smile on someone’s face.

Young leaders are rising up and taking charge of their destiny, and this is possible because their parents help them to be the best of themselves. Never turn your child down, listen and motivate them.

King Nahh is a young leader, who is 11 years old and motivating people all around the world. He says, his greatest motivator is his father, this goes to show how important parents are to kids. At Little big shot, a Steve Harvey show King Nahh made it very clear that you should always ‘express yourself’.

Listen to this young Leader – King Nahh express what it means to grow and let go of things that inhibit your growth.

 

King Nahh made it clear in a video clip with Good morning America, that people who are mean to you, or bullies you, are going through abuse or some kind of misery. ‘Try to help them and communicate with them’. Attitude is evidence of Misery.

 

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